Jordan Goldsmith’s practice includes all aspects of healthcare law. Jordan particularly concentrates in the areas of medical malpractice and significant personal injury, and takes great pride in representing people injured as a result of the negligent acts of others. Through his disciplined preparation and dedicated advocacy, Jordan has achieved several large awards on behalf of his clients.

Jordan’s practice also includes the zealous representation of healthcare professionals in the review of employment agreements and before the State Board of Medical Examiners, Office of Professional Medical Conduct, Alcohol and Drug Counselor Committee and the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Examiners.

Prior to entering private practice, Jordan served as an Assistant Prosecutor with the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. In that position, Jordan prosecuted hundreds of felony cases, including homicides, sexual assaults and complex financial crimes. He served as lead trial counsel in over twenty jury and bench trials.  Prior to joining the Prosecutor’s Office, Jordan served as law clerk to the Hon. Mary K. Costello, P.J.S.C., in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division.

Jordan has taught a course, “Compliance, Regulatory and Legal Issues in Healthcare,” to undergraduates at the Teaneck campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.

  • The Affidavit of Merit and Medical Economics, The New Jersey Law Journal, May 5, 2021
  • Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative, Board of Trustees, Chair of Risk Management Committee
  • Areyvut, Board of Trustees
  • New Jersey Association for Justice, member
  • American Association for Justice, member
  • Bergen County Bar Association, member
  • New York State Bar Association, member
  • New York Trial Lawyers Association, member
  • Selected to the list of "New Leaders of the Bar," The New Jersey Law Journal*
  • Selected to the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars®, 2021. This award is conferred by Thomson Reuters*

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